B.A. Social Anthropology with a Year in Finland (Hons)

University of Kent
Em Canterbury (Reino Unido)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury (Reino Unido)
Descrição

The BA in Social Anthropology with a Year in Finland (Hons) from the University of Kent is a distinctive degree programme allowing for the holistic study of peoples ideas, beliefs, practices and activities in a wide range of local, global, diasporic and transnational settings. Social anthropologists study how and why we do the things we do, for example, how we work, use technologies, and negotiate conflicts, relationships and change.

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Início Localização
01 setembro 2016
Canterbury
CT2 7PE, Kent, Reino Unido
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O que se aprende nesse curso?

Social Anthropology
Global
University

Programa

Course Content

The course structure below gives a flavour of the modules that will be available to you and provides details of the content of this programme. This listing is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year in response to new curriculum developments and innovation. Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules, you may also have the option to take ‘wild’ modules from other programmes offered by the University in order that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas of interest to you or that may further enhance your employability.

Stage 1

Possible modules may include:

  • Social Anthropology
  • Foundations of Biological Anthropology
  • Thinkers and Theories: An Introduction to theHistory and Development of
  • Skills for Anthropology and Conservation
  • Relations: Global Perspectives on Family, Friendship and Care
Stage 2

Possible modules may include:

  • Ethnographies 1
  • Ethnographies 2
  • Advanced Social Anthropology 1: Power and Economy
  • Advanced Social Anthropology II: Religion & Cosmological Imagination
Year abroad

Spend a year between Stages 2 and 3 taking courses in Social Anthropology at a university in Finland (where the courses are taught in English). Students are required to have obtained a Stage 2 average of 60% or above, before commencing their year abroad.

Examples of modules available during your year abroad are available from the School of Anthropology and Conservation website.

In the unlikely event that force majeure prevents us from placing every student who meets the academic requirement, for example if a partner university is forced to terminate an exchange unexpectedly, and places become limited, the School/Schools concerned will weigh up applicants' academic performance, attendance and individual merit in order to decide who is placed. Individual merit would cover such things as commitment to the degree programme, participation and motivation.

Possible modules may include:

  • Anthropology Year Abroad Autumn Term Mark
  • Anthropology Year Abroad Spring Term Mark
Stage 3

Possible modules may include:

  • Theoretical Perspectives in Social Anthropology
  • Theoretical Topics in Social Anthropology
  • European Societies
  • The Ethnography of Central Asian Societies
  • The Anthropology of Amazonia
  • South East Asian Societies
  • The Anthropology of Health, Illness and Medicine
  • The Anthropology of Gender
  • Anthropology and Language
  • Culture and Cognition
  • Visual Anthropology Theory
  • Project in Visual Anthropology
  • Social Sciences in the Classroom
  • Sex Evolution and Human Nature
  • The Anthropology of Business
  • From the Raw to the Cooked: The Anthropology of Eating
  • Ethnicity and Nationalism
  • Medicinal Plants: Home Remedy, Pharmaceutical, Illicit Drug
  • Evolution of Human Diversity
  • Anthropology and Development
  • Social Computing
  • Anthropology of Creativity
  • Special Project in Social Anthropology
  • Human Ecology